The YUKOS case, Russian-EU negotiations on Russia's joining the WTO and the Audit Chamber's checking the activities of Chukotka governor Roman Abramovich were the main events that determined the dynamics on the Russian stock market last Friday, some analysts told RBC. Experts expect that excessive liquidity and a slight growth on US markets will promote growth in share prices today, although it is unlikely to be considerable. There is no trend on the market today and technical operations that are unable to change indices substantially prevail, analysts stressed.
Most EU countries are allied with US-dominated NATO - a killing machine involved in smashing one sovereign state after another. It's responsible for vast destruction, millions of casualties, and appalling human misery from the rape of Yugoslavia and post-9/11 US-led wars of aggression - based on Big Lies and deception.